Set 1: Suntan, Lost, Indian Creek, Parker's Blues, Water, Sing a New Song > Jam* > Birdland
Set 2: Black and White, Sand Dollar > Jam > John Hardy, Let It Go, Land's End > Jam > Born on the Wrong Planet > Jam > Round the Wheel
Encore: Ripple ^
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentDate August 9, 2000Venue Incident In The Hills - Sunshine DaydreamLocation Terra Alta, WVSource SBD digi-feed (A>D unknown) > DA-P1Lineage DA-P1 > Panasonic SV-3800 > Audiomedia III > CD > .shnTaped by Mike KelleherTransferred by Mike Kelleher
October 7, 2011
what a weekend
This festival began my love affair with cheese.
I was 18 and lucky to have attended this lovely weekend. Peaceful souls and dance fealt elation. Ian from Cincinnati
November 8, 2010
This is one of my top favorite sci shows ever it is just so crazy. The sound is amazing, the set list is nothing short of perfect, and the band is really on. Get this show, or else.
June 17, 2004
Great show to have!
This show fell on my birthday (yes, unfortunately I was born on the fateful day of August 9), and the Cheese put on a fantactic show at a beautiful place. If you haven't been to Trip and Emily's, you need to make it sometime. The setting is absolutely gorgeous, there were awesome other bands (a relatively unknown YMSB), and the entire weekend was amazing. After losing the clutch of my car on teh way there, we finally made it to the farm and got a camping spot about 1000 feet from the stage. The weather was CRAZY that weekend, with torrential downpoars off and on. During Ripple (good version, great tribute), lightning was shooting through the sky down the valley, and right after the "If I knew the way, I would take you home", thunder boomed from miles away and sent shivers down my spine. Great show to get, especially if you were one of the 2000 or so there, and a good show in all other respects.